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OnePlus may release its first tablet soon - Here's the date and specs

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It is more than a year since we learned of the existence and possible specs of the alleged OnePlus Pad. Following that, details about the humongous tablet have been thin to nothing. But now a recent leak indicates that progress has been made as well as an imminent release.

Per previous rumors, the OnePlus Pad was believed to sport a 12-inch OLED display, positioning it with Apple's iPad Pro (2022) and the Galaxy Tab S8 (Plus) in terms of size. It was also mentioned that it could arrive with a 10,900 mAh battery and a dated Snapdragon 865 chipset. Seemingly, all of these seem to be contradicted by a new report.

OnePlus Pad tablet specs

According to MySmartPrice, the upcoming OnePlus Android tablet will get a budget hardware setup rather than bringing high-end specifications. The outlet added that the slate is already being tested in India and carries the codename Aries. At the same time, it would mean that the launch could be around the corner.

Apart from the moniker, the source has not specified any features relating to the tablet. But considering Oppo and OnePlus are under the same umbrella, the OnePlus Pad may share design and specs with Oppo's Pad Air from last year. This may well include the 10.4-inch IPS LCD display, 7100 mAh battery, and perhaps the $220 retail price.

Oppo Pad Air
Oppo Pad Air and OnePlus tablet could share design / © Oppo

OnePlus Pad tablet release date

Furthermore, the OnePlus Pad is said to debut alongside the successor of the OnePlus 10R which is the OnePlus 11R or OnePlus Ace 2. In reference, the OnePlus 10R was announced in April last year suggesting the same or close timing for the upcoming OnePlus tablet and mid-range smartphone.

Do you think OnePlus should also launch the OnePlus Pad in the US and other markets? We'd like to hear your thoughts on this.

Source: MySmartPrice

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Jade Bryan

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I still remember how amazed I was when I first got hold of the Nokia 3210 back when I was a kid, and it was during that time I developed my love for technology, particularly for mobile phones. I started sharing my knowledge through writing in different blogs and forums back in Nokia Nseries era. I even make videos before where I put different phones side-by-side. Today, I'm still an avid enthusiast of smartphones, but my interests have evolved into smart devices and electric vehicles.

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    storm Jan 10, 2023 Link to comment

    Budget is how everyone plays the Android Tablet game except Samsung. But no one wants to build a small powerful tablet, not even Apple. And that's most interesting segment to me. Phones aren't big enough--and I don't want them to be. I would prefer phones to shrink back under 6 inches and a segment for small tablets to flourish.

    And kill off the subscription nonsense in car screens. Let me plug in my device and run the screen from my device, outside of physical car interface, which I would still prefer knobs for anyway.